World War II was the most devastating conflict war in the history, with many funds spent, enormous damage to property, and a large number of deaths, and also far-reaching changes than any other war in history.
The Second World War, which began in 1939 and ended in 1945, is one of the most well documented wars of history, with all of its great events and all its minute details.
And here are eight interesting facts that were made during World War II:
1. 1- Queen Elizabeth II served militarily in the war:
Elizabeth II, the Queen of Britain at the moment, joined the ranks of the warriors, although her father, King George IV, tried to dissuade her from doing so. Elizabeth, who was 18 at the time, ignored her father's will and joined the ranks of female fighters. She also received training as a mechanic and truck driver and served on the streets of London. Surprisingly, she is the only person who participated in the Second World War of the British royal family, and the only living head of state who witnessed the conflict.
2-George Bush Sr. almost became a meat meal:
George Bush, later president of the United States, survived a demonic fate. The Allied forces rescued him after his plane crashed during an air strike in Japan, but all the men with him were captured by Japanese officers and brutally tortured. Slaughtered and cooked for the Japanese in one of the most serious war crimes in history.
American restaurants in World War II deliberately changed the name of the famous Hamburger sandwich, named after Hamburg, the second largest city in Germany, to the Freedom Sandwich, more than once in American history. It was renamed the sauerkraut The German word for "World War I" was called "pickle of freedom". French fries were also called "free potatoes" in congressional cafes for a short time, when France opposed the invasion of Iraq.
4-The first victim of World War II was a rabbit:
The first bomb dropped by the Nazis in Britain during the Second World War did not cause any casualties, and only led to the death of a poor rabbit whose image was taken by the British media in October 1939. It is said that he wrote the song "Run, Rabbit, Run, "which later became famous.
5- The Grand Mosque in Paris helped the Jews to protect themselves from the Nazis' standards:
There were subterranean tunnels in the mosque where the resistors were sheltering, and they were helping the French Jews to take shelter in it. The story was told in the French film "Free men."
6- Hitler's nephew was born in Liverpool and fought in the Allies
8- Tattooing helped to identify people in World War II:
World War II is the beginning of the spread of tattoos, where it was used to identify the detainees and prisoners in the Nazi concentration camps. The Russian prisoners were stamped in the upper part of the right chest while the Jews sealed their sleeves.